Lawson Palomar College ESL 102

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Lawson Palomar College ESL 102

  1. 1. ESL 102 <br />Week 3, Day 2<br />Mr. Lawson<br />
  2. 2. Free Write<br />Please write for 10 minutes in your free write journals.<br />
  3. 3. WoTD<br />To link (v.): to make a connection between two or more people, things or ideas.Example: “The explosions are not thought to be linked in any way.”Example: “Family violence is linked to later troubles in the lives of the abused.”Related Words: linkage, linkages, linked, linking, links<br />
  4. 4. You Wrote ‘Em<br />Because it will give everyone a chance to express their points of view.<br />For me, the freedom of speech is important because you have the right to express yourself.<br />If someone banned what I wanted to speach, I couldn’t express myself.<br />
  5. 5. Word Web<br />
  6. 6. Vocabulary Tool<br />http:www.americancorpus.org<br />
  7. 7. And Tango Makes 3<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyPjUa908hM<br />1. “And Tango Makes Three,” by Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson<br />The most banned book in America in 2008.<br />Synopsis: Tango, an orphan puffin at the New York City zoo, is taken in by a loving penguin couple — both male.<br />Reasons: sexism, homosexuality, anti-family, religious viewpoint, unsuited to age group<br />
  8. 8. T-Chart: Should this book be allowed to be read in elementary schools?<br />
  9. 9. Should Tango be allowed to be read in elementary schools?DEBATE<br />PAIRS<br />Prepare your side of the argument for five minutes.<br />Each side debates for 1:30, rebuts for 1:00, and closes for :30.<br />GROUPS<br />Prepare your side of the argument for five minutes.<br />Each side debates for 2:00, rebuts for 1:00, and closes for :30.<br />Class<br />Prepare your side of the argument for five minutes.<br />Each side debates for 1:00, :50, :40, :30, :20, :10, and closes for :5.<br />
  10. 10. A new perspective?<br />Did anyone change their minds?<br />
  11. 11. Reverse Debate<br />Get back into your original pairs.<br />Take the other side of the debate.<br />Prepare your side of the argument for five minutes.<br />Each side debates for 1:30, rebuts for 1:00, and closes for :30.<br />
  12. 12. Discuss in groups of five.<br />How does this book relate to our topic for essay #1? (Do schools have the right to ban books?)<br />How can you use today’s topic and discussion in your essay?<br />
  13. 13. 10 Minute ¶<br />Edit your ¶.<br />
  14. 14. Homework<br />Finish the rough draft of your essay. Print it out and bring it to class on Tuesday.<br />Read FWD entries 21-30.<br />Read They Say, I Say Chapter 1 “They Say.”<br />

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